Quehanna Wild Area contains two state forest natural areas: the 1,215-acre (492 ha) Wykoff Run Natural Area in the center, and the 917-acre (371 ha) Marion Brooks Natural Area on the northwest edge.
So here we are with yet another picture from Wykoff Run Natural area. And the plain simple fact is that this is an amazing part of Quehanna that I had not explored at all until this year. Prior trips were south to north runs with some western side trips over towards the old reactor site. (yes there was a nuclear reactor here at one time which is another story for another day) The important part of all of this is that you should understand that 75 square miles of forest will take some time to explore, and what better month than October to go exploring! And for the record that is a TREE growing on a ROCK!!